Amberley Airforce Base

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soley88
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Amberley Airforce Base

Post by soley88 » Tue Oct 18, 2011 5:03 pm

Guys,

Wondering if anyone can help me with frequencies for RAAF Amberley. I sometimes go out there and see guys with scanners and they can here the control tower.

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Re: Amberley Airforce Base

Post by Comint » Tue Oct 18, 2011 8:06 pm

soley88 wrote:Guys,

Wondering if anyone can help me with frequencies for RAAF Amberley. I sometimes go out there and see guys with scanners and they can here the control tower.
This thread probably should have gone in the Aviation Topic.

The best place to get current frequencies for any Airport in Australia, is from the En Route Supplement Australia (ERSA), which is available from the Airservices Australia site. You have to agree to some conditions first, but it is free to download. You can also purchase a printed copy from Pilot Shops at most major Civilian Airfields, such as Archerfield, for about $30.00.

Amberley Tower (TWR) is 118.3 and 264.6 MHz (same Traffic on BOTH frequencies)
Amberley Approach (APP) is 126.2 and 335.8 MHz (same Traffic on BOTH frequencies)
Amberley Airways Clearance Delivery (ACD) is 134.6 MHz

Surface Movement Control - Aircraft (SMC) is 129.35 MHz
Surface Movement Control - Vehicle (SMCV) is 121.925 MHz

Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS) is 316.2 MHz, and 359 kHz (NDB)

All the above frequencies are AM.

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Re: Amberley Airforce Base

Post by SteveO » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:12 pm

Depending on how far away you are and how high your antenna is you might hear them from home. I can pick them up but I am on a hill and my antenna is about 7 metres above the ground.
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Re: Amberley Airforce Base

Post by AIRMAN » Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:13 pm

I guess I'm lucky as I can hear Amberley 126.2000 & 118.3000 from inside my house at Toowoomba. No external antenna, just a Diamond whip.

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Re: Amberley Airforce Base

Post by Rhino Towing » Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:31 pm

Amberley has quite a few linked frequencies
126.200 -335.800 linked - Approach
121.925-118.300-264.600 linked (AM)
382.675 (P25 digital) is linked to the VHF "approach" frequency
383.175 (P25) fire control..?
382.175 & 382.675 (P25) use unknown sound like ground movements
134.600 "Amberley delivery"..?

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